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ADHD and Coexisting Conditions: Depression (WWK 5C) Can't find what you're looking for? Our health information specialists are here to help. Contact us at 800-233-4050 or online. WWK refers to the What We Know series of information sheets on ADHD. ADHD and Coexisting Conditions: Depression (WWK 5C) ADHD and Coexisting Conditions: Depression (WWK 5C)
Compulsion, Obsession, Procrastination, Anxiety, Wtf? - The Crazy Meds Forum: Crazy Meds Talk ver 9.0 I need some advice. BPII, PTSD, Lamictal 325mg, Seroquel 25mg. Doing quite well at the moment, depression lifted, blessedly able to control when and how much I speak, no compulsive shopping (no $$!). No tantrums, even (except when I waited 2 hours outside in the cold (well, cold for northern California) for the tow company to come unlock my car). Compulsion, Obsession, Procrastination, Anxiety, Wtf? - The Crazy Meds Forum: Crazy Meds Talk ver 9.0
ADHD, Other Concerns & Conditions - NCBDDD ADHD, Other Concerns & Conditions - NCBDDD Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) often occurs with other disorders (called comorbidities of ADHD). About half of children with ADHD referred to clinics have behavioral disorders as well as ADHD. The combination of ADHD with other behavioral disorders often presents extra challenges to affected individuals, educators, and health care providers.
Organize Your Life in 2013! ← National Organization Month The Ninja Task Managerby Craig JarrowReclaim your time and get more done with this notebook by Craig Jarrow, the founder of Time Management Ninja. Learn More Manage Your Timeby Julie MorgensternJulie’s notebook helps you follow her advice to “WADE”: write it down, add it up, decide and execute – fast! Learn More My Organized Lifeby Regina LeedsRegina — the Zen Organizer — shows you how to take the stress out of your life and start organizing. Learn More The Habit Makerby Janine AdamsIt takes 21 days to develop a habit, and professional organizer Janine Adams is all about making every day count. Organize Your Life in 2013! ← National Organization Month
After spring break, summer feels so close, you can practically taste it! Too bad there are still a lot of important things left to do before the semester finishes. Whether you’re stressed about a big paper or exam standing between you and three months of freedom or you’re just having trouble focusing in general, check out some of the suggestions below to combat stress and study frustration the healthy way, no caffeine or all-nighters required! 1. Get outdoors Don’t fight the elements – take advantage of them! Preventing Spring Fever 101: 10 Ways to Reduce Stress & Stay Motivated Preventing Spring Fever 101: 10 Ways to Reduce Stress & Stay Motivated
I<3ME: 10 Ways to Love Yourself I<3ME: 10 Ways to Love Yourself You’re running late to class. On top of that, you can’t remember the last time you shaved your legs, you’re sleep-deprived, and the guy you like was just tagged in Facebook pics with another girl. You finally get to class – only to realize you forgot that a huge paper is due. This is definitely not a moment you’ll include in your college scrapbook. We all have moments in life when we’re not exactly our #1 fans. Even though we usually realize how fantastic and one-of-a-kind we are, sometimes life can bring us down – and keep us down.
How to Get and Keep Respect – 4 Practices I believe one thing people want in life is respect. We want to feel valued, listened to, and called upon to do ordinary and extraordinary things. It is about self-worth, and it is about using our talents. Respect is such a simple thing in concept. How to Get and Keep Respect – 4 Practices
by Mike Barrett If you have ever had problems concentrating, you know how extremely frustrating it is to get anything done. As we age, it seems to be more and more difficult to keep our thoughts collected or even remember where we put our keys. This may be a part of the aging process to some degree, but diet and lifestyle certainly has a lot to do with it as well. Luckily, there are several brain foods that you can include in your daily diet to boost cognitive function, boost concentration, and slow down brain decline. Here are 7 foods to eat for better cognition, concentration, and for overall brain preservation. 7 Natural Brain Foods for Cognition and Concentration 7 Natural Brain Foods for Cognition and Concentration
Procrastination/Motivation

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How To Recover From 10 Types of Demotivation How To Recover From 10 Types of Demotivation Editor’s note: This is a guest post from Cath Duncan from Remembering For Good. Motivation is central to creativity, productivity and happiness. Motivation is what causes us to act, and when we act, we create movement, growth and change, we feel involved, masterful and significant, we feel powerful through experiencing how we can change the world, and we create more of what we love in our lives. And all of this gives our lives purpose and happiness.
How Can I Recharge My Depleted Motivation?
Got motivation? Without it, the long, difficult hours of practice that elevate some people above the rest are excruciating. But where does such stamina come from, and can we have some, too? Psychologists have identified three critical elements that support motivation, all of which you can tweak to your benefit. Three Critical Elements Sustain Motivation Three Critical Elements Sustain Motivation
Post written by Leo Babauta. Procrastination is one of those topics that, it seems, I can’t write enough about. There isn’t a person among us who doesn’t procrastinate, and that’s a fact of life. The Little Book of Procrastination Remedies | zen habits
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Procrastination: Ten Things To Know There are many ways to avoid success in life, but the most sure-fire just might be procrastination . Procrastinators sabotage themselves. They put obstacles in their own path.
Eat That Frog!: 21 Great Ways to Stop Procrastinating and Get More Done in Less Time (9781576751985): Brian Tracy
11 Ways to Cure Someday Syndrome | zen habits Editor’s note: This is a guest post from Alex Fayle of the Someday Syndrome blog. Someday Syndrome: not doing what you want to because you don’t know what it is, because you’re procrastinating about it, or because you have too much stuff getting in your way. Everyone suffers from Someday Syndrome at some point in their lives, often catching it repeatedly. For me, most recently, I’d been saying that I really should give running a try without doing anything about it.
Set Yourself on Fire Have you heard of a guy called Fred Shero? No? Until recently, me neither.
I n this post, I present a mind map with the full summary of the book The Now Habit: A Strategic Program for Overcoming Procrastination and Enjoying Guilt-Free Play . Despite a cover that reminds me of the “remarkable” Windows 3.1 ‘Hot Dog Stand’ color scheme , I don’t have much to say about The Now Habit other than it’s one of the most useful books I’ve ever read . Since its publication back in 1988, it has become well-known among chronic procrastinators looking for ways to overcome this crippling condition, and for very good reasons. The Procrastination Habit The Now Habit
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